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Year in Review: Legislation and Guidance for Financial Institutions in 2015

January 18, 2016

Financial institutions in Canada witnessed yet another year of significant growth in legislation and regulatory guidance impacting their operations, while the financial marketplace is continuing to adapt to the impact of fintech and emerging use of innovative technologies in delivering financial services. The key initiatives introduced or implemented in 2015 are outlined in our annual regulatory overview.   Prudential Guidance…

Look Ahead: 2016 Legal Trends

January 8, 2016

  While global markets can be unpredictable, we have assembled some key legal trends that may help you prepare for what lies ahead in 2016.  ​​​​   Anti-Spam   Capital Markets  ​ China    Commercial Real Estate Cybersecurity Employment & Labour Financial Services Regulatory Intellectual Property International Trade   Litigation & Dispute Resolution   Mergers & Acquisitions   Oil &…

Time to Prescribe a Dose of Social Media?

January 6, 2016

Blakes hosted a special full-day program focused on the life sciences industry. Videos on a variety of topics discussed at the seminar are now available. Many industries have jumped on the social media bandwagon, but pharmaceutical companies seem to be lagging behind.  Alice Tseng, a Partner in the Intellectual Property group at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, attributes their hesitation mainly…

Mergers & Acquisitions: Trends to Watch in 2016

December 22, 2015

2015 AND LOOKING FORWARD An unusually strong third quarter bolstered Canadian M&A activity, making 2015 the most active year in Canadian deal making since the 2007 market bubble. The value of Canadian deals announced to date in 2015 (all figures as of December 1, 2015) totalled approximately C$374.1-billion (US$293.5-billion), reflecting a 51 per cent increase over 2014 on an annualized…

Key Legal Considerations in Developing Partnerships with First Nations

November 18, 2015

When businesses look to form partnerships with First Nations, building an informal relationship often comes first, before legal terms are considered. Even at that early stage — well before you make any promises — it is valuable to consider your legal needs and options. Purpose of Arrangement The first and most fundamental consideration is the underlying purpose of the arrangement….

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